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Intentionally ironic, or...?
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Unreal...
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I admit it. I laughed. Quite a bit.
 
Hahaha too funny!!
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HAHA This is great!
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"Oh, we are watching. We are furious. The G.O.P. wants us to sit down, shut up and vote for their RINO, We are putting our foot down, and until the Republicans learn this lesson, they’re going to continue to lose elections.”

--Jane Bilello, chairwoman of the Asheville Tea Party in North Carolina.

Fine with me.
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This monogram contains all letters and numbers in the English alphabet... so, not only could it represent everyone's initials, but in a symbolic way, you could say it communicates every English book you've ever read. Trippy? WE LIKE. 

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Great piece. This is the conservative rationale for recalibrating the income scales. The essence of true conservatism -- #WilliamFBuckley  conservatism -- is to preserve and nurture the foundations of society which are needed for stability. I think Hanauer is exactly right: those foundations are at risk. Those who benefit so greatly from them should be concerned.
 
This article has been making the rounds so you might have read it. If you haven't, I highly suggest taking the time to hear from a billionaire who slams "trickle-down economics" and advocates for "middle-out economics" to reduce income inequality and restore a thriving middle class:
"If we don’t do something to fix the glaring inequities in this economy, the pitchforks are going to come for us. No society can sustain this kind of rising inequality. In fact, there is no example in human history where wealth accumulated like this and the pitchforks didn’t eventually come out. You show me a highly unequal society, and I will show you a police state. Or an uprising. There are no counterexamples. None. It’s not if, it’s when."
Memo: From Nick HanauerTo: My Fellow ZillionairesYou probably don’t know me, but like you I am one of those .01%ers, a proud and unapologetic capitalist. I have founded, co-founded and funded more than 30 companies across a range of industries—from itsy-bitsy ones like the night club I started in my 20s to giant ones like Amazon.com, for...
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Harris v Quinn is a very interesting case. The plaintiff is Pamela Harris, a mom who stayed home to care for a developmentally disabled son. They received assistance from a Medicaid program for home care.

Gov. Pat Quinn issued an executive order stating that caregivers such as Ms Harris are state employees. If a union has been voted in to represent a class of employees, labor law does not generally allow an individual employee to opt out of that representation.

So Ms Harris wakes up one day to find out that all of a sudden she is being represented by Service Employees International Union, and therefore must pay dues to them.

I hope she wins. No way should you have to join a union because you care for your disabled son.
On Monday, the Supreme Court is expected to hand down two cases, Hobby Lobby and a lesser-known case called Harris v. Quinn. Of the two, much more is at stake in Harris than in Hobby Lobby.
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We have to try and stop having critical cases decided until some of the taliban judges on the court are replaced.
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What do you think? Exercise of religious freedom by the employee? Exercise of reasonable workplace requirements by the employer?
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Thanks, +Chris Thut, and absolutely right. This is no more than the EEOC's blurb that the case had been filed.

It came to my attention because I am in the healthcare business myself. I can definitely see how a CNA dressed in hijab would be off-putting to a bunch of 80 year old Alabamans in a nursing home. You hate to stress out your customers. We have dress code rules against visible tattoos and piercings, for much the same reason. It's as much generational as it is anything else.

That's why it's hard for me to say if this situation would be a "reasonable accommodation" to the employee, or a serious detriment to the business's interests... but I could at least imagine the latter.

In any event, pretty stupid to just fire the lady in the midst of the complaint. I'd have found her a job where she didn't need to interact with my customers in a way that may have upset them.
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A friend of mine spotted this car recently, and he's trying to figure out what make & model it is. Any help?
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+Michael BC That's awesome. I do believe you're right! Thanks!
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1) Hobby Lobby wins. 2) The 2nd ruling will be ambiguous and no one really wins.
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  • Washington University in St. Louis
    Business Administration, 1980 - 1983
  • Kellogg School of Management
    MBA, 1987 - 1988
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